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COVID-19 Updates

Clinics Temporarily Closed We regret that we have to temporarily close our clinics in the best interest of our patients and staff. We are working tirelessly to be able to […]

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About Us

The Equal Access Clinic is a network of student-run free clinics that strives to:

Provide Quality Comprehensive Healthcare For All

Our vision is to improve the physical, mental and social well-being of all, by enhancing access to high-quality, comprehensive, patient-centered care and by facilitating community-level action.


Mission Statement

  • To achieve this vision, we will maintain a network of interdisciplinary student-run free clinics that provide health care services, patient education and linkage to community resources.
  • To ensure high quality care, we endeavor to engage in continuous quality improvement which will include research, strategic planning and interactive networking.
  • To ensure comprehensive care, we endeavor to foster interdisciplinary communication and service provision across the spectrum of health services. This includes partnering with students and faculty from diverse University disciplines and strengthening ties with a broad spectrum of community agencies.
  • To ensure patient-centered care, we endeavor to seek feedback clinic patients and engage in meaningful and empowering conversations with our community’s underserved.
  • To facilitate community level action, we endeavor to provide outreach services and promote health advocacy, uniting with our partners for system-level change.
  • To promote student leadership development and quality educational opportunities in underserved medicine, we endeavor to provide service learning experiences to students of all health disciplines and promote the importance of student-run initiatives that improve the health of our community.

And in all these endeavors, we resolve to provide unwavering dedication.

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Recent News

Alachua County Medical Society Article

Equal Access Clinics were recently featured in the Spring and Summer issue of Alachua County Medical Society. This article was written by one of our Bartley Temple Officers, Grace Thompson, […]

New Healthstreet Equipment

Equal Access would like to thank UF Medical Guild for their generosity! Their donations have allowed for the installation of new medical equipment at our Healthstreet location. This equipment includes […]

Flu Season 2018-2019

Peak flu season occurs between December and February. Flu shots are available to UF students, faculty, and staff through the Student Health Care Center. Availability can be found by calling: (352) […]

EACN Thanks UF Medical Guild

  Equal Access is excited and honored to have received an awarded donation from the UF Medical Guild! We cannot thank them enough for their generosity!